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rom1 last won the day on January 9 2013

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  1. Hi, Here is my first ship build, 1/700 Fremm by Freedom model kit. The kit itself is not that great. Fit is not nice and engineering seems weird sometimes. But it was a test bench for me, to try new techniques as hull weathering, deck painting and rigging. Build is here: http://www.shipmodels.info/mws_forum/viewtopic.php?f=59&t=197457 I will build next a resin version of this ship produced by Bigblueboy. Waterline and more detailled. The pics: Thanks for watching Romain
  2. Amazing. Truly amazing... Too bad this kit is that expensive... And with almost mandatory need of addon set...
  3. So tiny.... So impressive. Can you advise a video tutorial to make water like yours? Thanks
  4. Hello Great work! Any updates? Or finished model? Thanks
  5. Hi Stunning... I dont fin words... May I ask how do you paint those kinda stressed skin effect? Masking? oils? Thanks
  6. Hi I am bery impressed by your work. I Always wanted to build a 710 T10M. I also built a 48th scale Su-35BM. But with some scratchbuilding. Have fun!
  7. Nice work! You did right to make tye store first have fun!
  8. Hi I added 3 new pictures in first post shot in the amazon basics led photobox using my smartphone  Bye  Romain
  9. Thank you guys! Thanks Murray, here is the process. undercoat of Black surfacer: Then Humbrol Enamel Metal cote 27003: Metalcote needs to be polished: Then some colors are brushed and washed usind brush and foam stamp: Bye
  10. Hello Here are some pictures of my Kinetic Su-33 built in 2016 for french Cocardes Magazine issue n°5. The build took me around 7 months, as I spent a lot of time on painting and decaling. Weathering is subtle as I wanted to depict a quite clean and bright rendering. I chose to set a full load as seen on some pictures on the ground, but it is not that common. I found the kit quite good. Just had a trouble on the nose fit. The most annoying was the poor instructions... Not easy to understand and succession of building step are quite disturbing. Fortunately, Kinetic shared updated instructions here: http://www.kineticmodel.com/index.php?route=product/product&product_id=64&search=48062 While no seatbelts were given in the box, I replaced the seat with Aires resin one. Pitot is from master. Decals from Begemot (Su-33 and flanker stencils) As some pylons are missing in the box, I added those from Eduard brassin. And More R-27 missile come from GWH Fulcrum. Comments and question welcomed! Romain
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